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Run, Don't Walk! This Editor-Loved Walmart Sweater Is on Sale For Just $19

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As much as I hate the cold, I love sweater weather, like a lot. But the thing is, I'm kind of picky. I like to stick to neutral colors that will go with everything in my wardrobe, and - as controversial as this is to admit - I almost exclusively wear mocknecks and turtlenecks.

So after recently falling in love with a faux-leather jumpsuit from Walmart's Scoop, I decided to give one of the brand's bestselling sweaters a try. After studying the store's top-rated pieces, I landed on the Cozy Mock Neck Sweater With Balloon Sleeves ($19, originally $29), available in four colors: gray, neon green, tan, and pink.

I added the gray sweater to my shopping cart, and when it arrived a few days later, I slipped it on and tucked it into my favorite black Hudson jeans. Right away, one thing was absolutely certain: it's so soft. Like, blanket soft. And it looks like something you'd get at Madewell or Aritzia.

My favorite thing about it? The balloon-sleeve detail. It makes the sweater look so much more expensive than it actually is. Besides wearing it with jeans, I also think it will look so cute with a pair of faux-leather leggings. But that's just how I personally plan on wearing it - the styling options are really endless.

BRB, I'm going to add the tan one to my shopping cart. (Yes, really).

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